The British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia has recognised that many businesses who would normally be exploring the Indonesian market for their business can no longer finance this as cash reserves are focused on other areas of the company.
Exporting is still a major benefit to UK companies and though the practicalities of market research such as trade missions and fact-finding events are on hold, the current COVID-19 crisis offers Businesses a unique opportunity to dedicate time to researching which market to enter once the pandemic is over.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia is offering unique support for British SMEs, called “Work Now, Pay Later”.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia said:
‘In light of the current pandemic, we realise that a lot of businesses are facing challenges with their finances, including British SMEs. Therefore, we came up with this support where we can research and a match-make a shortlist of potential local partners. We are offering to defer charges for this service between 3-6 months. With this, we hope that we can support British businesses who are keen to prepare for a visit to the Indonesian market once normality resumes, but currently have cash-flow concerns.’
If you are interested in exporting to Indonesia or would like to be put in touch with the Chamber in Indonesia please email email@example.com.